Peyton Manning finishes fantasy season with 3 touchdowns

Garrett Ellwood

Peyton Manning went 23-for-29 passing for 304 yards and three touchdowns during the Broncos' win over the Chiefs on Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Peyton Manning went 23-for-29 passing for 304 yards and three touchdowns to help the Denver Broncos defeat the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. He connected with Eric Decker for two scores, and Demaryius Thomas for a third.

Manning finished his MVP-caliber season with 37 passing touchdowns to 14 interceptions. He had 4,659 yards passing on 400-for-583 passing.

Fantasy Impact: Manning turned in a spectacular fantasy season. Considering where he went in a lot of fantasy drafts to start the season, the argument could easily be made that Manning was the fantasy steal of the year. At the very least, he helped fantasy owners who were still playing in Week 17. Don't expect Manning to go overlooked next season.

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